This anti-aging herb is commonly known in the west as Fo-Ti root (or Fo-Ti-Tieng) and is a member of the buckwheat family. This western nickname was given to it in the 70's and is now its most commonly recognized name. The latin name for the Fo-Ti root's whole plant is polygonum multiflorum. The Chinese name is He Shou Wu which roughly translates as Mr. Wu's hair stays black. This should give you an idea of the potential that fertility herbs can have on your health, especially as you supposedly "get older".
Fo-ti, or he shou wu, is calming to the mind and relaxes kidney stress associated with the premature graying of hair. It is known throughout China, not only as a preventative, but also to help gray hair regain its original color and pigment. He shou wu has been recognized for centuries as a famous restorative root and anti-aging tonic herb for transforming hair color back to its natural state.
It is also respected as a hair restorative helpful for hair growth and baldness. This is in part due to fo-ti's effects at balancing hormones as well as strengthening the organs of elimination (kidneys and liver) which in turn increases circulation and blood flow to the hair follicles, stimulating new growth and hair thickness.
This product is made of high quality wild raw material from 2500 meters highland Yunnan province, China. Steamed with black bean and is ground into very fine powder, as tiny as 2000 mesh, it could even been absorbed by skin partly.
Brewing Guide: Take one spoon in the morning and at night for one month.